That's how Governor Mike Beebe summed up the next big political hurdle that state lawmakers are going to face.
Speaking at a luncheon in downtown Little Rock, Beebe says healthcare reform is here to stay and it is up to us to decide how we're going to move forward.
"The Supreme Court ruled, they didn't throw it out, people acted and they kept a Democratic senate, a Republican house and a Democratic president. It's not likely to change on the federal level," he said.
Arkansas is facing a $138 million shortfall in Medicaid funding.
In order to pass a plan accepting federal dollars, three quarters of the legislature would have to come to an agreement.